The Little-Known Cave In Texas You Can Only Reach By Hiking This .6-Mile Trail

If you’re in search of a new cave hike in Texas to embark on, look no further than Hueco Tanks State Park. This rocky oasis in the West Texas desert is home to a little-known cave filled with ancient petroglyphs. It’s a portal back in time just waiting for you to explore!

Please note: Access to the park is restricted. You can explore it via guided or self-guided tour; however, both require a reservation. Visitors must book guided tours at least one week in advance by calling (915) 849-6684. Only 70 self-guided permits are issued each day, and they can be reserved up to 90 days in advance. Call (512) 389-8911 to reserve yours. For more information about the park, such as hours and entrance fees, visit its website or Facebook page.

To learn more about the Hueco Tanks Kiva Cave Trail, visit its page on AllTrails.

Have you ever hiked the Hueco Tanks Kiva Cave Trail? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience! Tell us in the comments. For another epic cave hike in Texas, check out our previous article.

Address: Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site, 6900 Hueco Tanks Road No. 1, El Paso, TX 79938, USA

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